Pascucci Al Porticciolo
Pascucci al Porticciolo is known for its cuisine that highlights the importance of the territory. With the motto “Cook the Sea” their focus is on seafood, starting from the inland areas and reaching all the way to the beach.
The territory is a key ingredient in our cuisine. From foraging wild herbs in the Oasi di Macchiagrande to cultivating vegetables in the gardens of Isola Sacra, and maintaining a continuous dialogue with local fishermen. These are just some of the elements that contribute to the identity of Fiumicino's territory and find their place in our seafood cuisine, giving it strength and character and making it unique in the Italian culinary landscape.
For me, the connection between food and wine is about "harmony". It is an important union of contrasting flavors, aromas, and colors. I believe in chromatic pairings, where not only the food and wine harmonize but also the table itself.
What is the first thing that comes to mind when thinking about Franciacorta Castello Bonomi?
When we think of Castello Bonomi Franciacorta wines, freshness immediately comes to mind. The elegant acidity is the common thread that defines the style of the winery.
Castello Bonomi offers a wide range of cuvées, each with its own characteristic that makes it special while remaining faithful to the original style.